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From Jeff Eastman <>
Subject Re: DisplaySpectralKMeans example gets pretty far through
Date Tue, 12 Oct 2010 03:21:27 GMT

+1 Any helpers out there want to earn a patch kudo?

On 10/11/10 6:59 PM, Shannon Quinn wrote:
> Ok, this machine learning homework assignment is really brutal, due
> Wednesday morning...may not get to this before then. Unless anyone would
> like to help :)
> Shannon
> On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 10:35 AM, Shannon Quinn<>  wrote:
>> I'll have a chance to look at this later today; hopefully I'll have
>> something for you once you get back tonight.
>> On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 10:33 AM, Jeff Eastman<
>>> wrote:
>>>   Sorry, my bad. I neglected to commit the TestClusterDumper changes. It's
>>> in now and all tests run. The DisplaySpectralKMeans example still fails when
>>> you run it but it is not run by any of the build processes. It's pointing to
>>> a potential problem in SpectralKMeans which I'd like to get fixed if we can.
>>> I'm starting work at Narus today so I won't be able to pay attention to
>>> this until later this evening.
>>> On 10/10/10 11:48 PM, Sean Owen wrote:
>>>> I trust this all is much more bug fix than anything else -- just
>>>> mindful of the purported "code freeze" in action now. This leaves us
>>>> with a broken build at the moment. I know the point is to get it
>>>> sorted straight away. Just wondering if we're pretty sure this isn't
>>>> opening up a new line of issues at a time we're going to bless a state
>>>> of the code for another 6-8 months.
>>>> On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 3:35 AM, Jeff Eastman
>>>> <>   wrote:
>>>>>   Hi Shannon,
>>>>> I've committed a new display example that attempts to push the standard
>>>>> mixture of models data set through spectral k-means. After some tweaking
>>>>> of
>>>>> configuration arguments it gets remarkably far through, finally failing
>>>>> on
>>>>> W.transpose() after the eigen cleanup. I can't imagine this would all
>>>>> pilot error so I wonder if you'd have a look at it to see where its
>>>>> going
>>>>> south?

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